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Latest Donald Fehr Items
The head of the NHL players' union said Monday that negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement will begin "very quickly" _ perhaps as early as this week _ and didn't rule out talks stretching into the season.
If the NHL can avoid another work stoppage, the schedule for the upcoming season is set.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman expects negotiations with the players' association on a new collective bargaining agreement to begin in a couple of weeks.
Price is not holding up the sale of the Phoenix Coyotes, and it's premature to discuss a Plan B for the franchise's future, according to NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and Players' Association executive director Donald Fehr talked a lot Saturday about the upcoming collective bargaining agreement. But both said little about the whole situation.
This should be a good time for Dallas Stars fans.
A day after the NHL announced that realignment would be scrapped for the 2012-13 season, the Washington Capitals and San Jose Sharks brushed off the importance of the issue, though many did broach concerns that held up the NHL Players' Association's lack of consent.
When the Winnipeg Jets moved from Atlanta last summer, it was certain the NHL would consider realignment.
The NHL called off plans Friday to realign and adopt a modified playoff format next season after the players' association refused to agree to the changes.